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Why change?

Why change?

Uday Paul

Walking around my hometown in India where I grew up and have spent most of my life, I am intrigued by how much the city has changed over the years. What was once a small... »

Forbidden fruit

Forbidden fruit

Uday Paul

In his classic autobiography Confessions, Saint Augustine, a theologian of the early church, narrates an incident which happened when he was a teenager. There was a pear... »

A new identity

A new identity

Uday Paul

One of my favorite movies is the 1967 classic Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. The movie was released at a very sensitive period in American history when race relations were... »

A sure foundation

A sure foundation

Uday Paul

Recently I was thinking about how the collapse of the American stock market in 1929 toppled the world’s financial and economic systems one after the other. Businesses, in... »

After the bullets stopped

After the bullets stopped

Uday Paul

I was going through a tough period. People who had offended me were frequently on my mind, and I found myself almost exploding with resentment and anger. The only thing b... »

A thrilling encounter

A thrilling encounter

Uday Paul

I still remember that day. It was the early 80s and I was a teenager sitting in the back seat of our car. Somebody at a stop light handed my parents some beautiful color... »

The joy of serving

The joy of serving

Uday Paul

For the last few years, I’ve volunteered in a project teaching underprivileged youngsters. I was brought up in a typical Indian upper-middle-class family, and for most of... »

The art of flight

The art of flight

Uday Paul

I am currently reading a book about the Wright Brothers, who are credited with inventing and building the world's first successful airplane and making the first controlle... »